Award-Winning Diablo Ballet's 2013 Edition of A Swingin' Holiday and More
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The last date listed for Diablo Ballet: A Swingin' Holiday was Saturday November 16, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Lesher Center for the Arts - Hofmann Theater
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- $54.00 - $64.00
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- $29.50 - $34.50
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Very disappointed. In one word - poor. The dancers are fine, but zero choreography, practically no sets, mostly one couple at a time was dancing. The "good" thing it was very short. The first act ran literally for 25 min. Definitely not worth the...continued
*__**__*A Swingin’ Holiday*__*
2013 Edition of last year’s Swing Dance hit, by Broadway choreographer, Sean Kelly*_
Our Waltzes Trilogy_*
Diablo Ballet Premiere by renowned Venezuelan choreographer, Vicente Nebrada*_
West Coast Premiere* *by Mário Radačovský, Artistic Director of the Slovak National Theatre
About the Ticket Supplier: Diablo Ballet
Diablo Ballet is an award-winning internationally recognized professional performing dance company committed to enriching, inspiring, enlightening, and educating children and adults through the art of dance. Diablo Ballet was founded in 1993 in order to address the absence of a professional ballet company in the region. The Company consists of dancers, who have performed soloist and principal roles in such distinguished companies as Ballet de Caracas in Venezuela, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montreal, Miami City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Houston Ballet, Colorado Ballet, and Joffrey Ballet.
Diablo Ballet presents exciting dance performances featuring classical and contemporary works, educational and outreach programs, and productions on tour. The Company has achieved artistic success capturing enthusiastic public response, critical acclaim, and international recognition.